About Nancy Bohl

An experienced mental health professional and business owner, Dr. Nancy Bohl established The Counseling Team (TCTI) in 1985. Since that time, she and her team have provided therapeutic services to numerous individuals who respond to traumatic events. Dr. Nancy Bohl’s firm has assisted in many major incidents, such as the 9/11 attacks; the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) standoff in Waco, Texas; the Oklahoma City bombing; Hurricane Katrina; and many others. TCTI features 16 satellite offices and a headquarters office in San Bernardino, California. TCTI’s staff includes well-trained mental health professionals who offer significant counseling experience and expertise in emergency services.

Dr. Bohl is a member of the advisory panel for the International Conference of Police Chaplains, and she is also a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Examiners. In the past, Dr. Bohl was a board member of the Hostage Negotiators of America and the Inland Empire chapter of the International Footprint Association. She also served on the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s Psychological Services Board as President for two years. In addition, Dr. Nancy Bohl writes for publications including the California Peer Support Association Newsletter, Life Net, The Police Chief magazine, and reports issued by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Early in her career, she wrote “Hostage Negotiator Stress”, which appeared in the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin.

Dr. Nancy Bohl earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California Graduate Institute in Los Angeles. She also completed both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from California State University, San Bernardino. She holds an Associate degree from San Bernardino Valley College.


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